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Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
I recommend this because its starts from almost at the basics of math. This is the type a math students should retouch on. Because when learning math its important to know the basics. if you don't know the basic then its pointless to learn more. College math is way different then high school math. That why I recommend taking Math 1033,if you know your not efficient in math or if you want to learn the basics again. It a good starting point when stepping into college math.
Course highlights:
The highlights were touching up on the basics of math from fractions to factoring. Because they're so many things to learn when it comes to math that its hard to keep up. the further ahead you get in math, the father away you get from remembering the basics. Because you've learned advanced math, you way of solving problems become advanced too. So the simplest problems that should be the easiest to solve become the problems that are sometimes the hardest to solve because you over think it. Not that its necessarily bad, but advanced math does have its negatives and positives.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
There is no point in taking this class if you don't have the motivation or dedication. They provide the tools. Its your job to use these tools in a way that benefits you. Also study groups can go a long way.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
This professor took his time to explain the material to each student. He sat down with every student to see our weakness and strenghts .
Course highlights:
I learned that coping with others helps you learn different techniques.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
Even though the class might seem difficult, if you put in the time , you will see improvment and your grade will bosst . It just takes time and dedication.